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i'm eager to see what they have to offer, but what i'm not going to do is just wait. >> the president insists, his policies are not the problem. >> president obama is admitting that election night was a good night for the gop, but he's not willing to concede much else, and now washington is split. republicans will control both houses of congress for the next two years, but the president has veto power. will this powershift open up the possibility of compromise, or can americans look forward to more gridlock? heather holmes with the new
agenda in washington. >> reporter: it was a sweep for republicans when you look at the map. you see them turning red. that number, it can only increase, as three races in virginia, louisiana, and alaska, the yellow states here, are still undecided. now republican mitch mcconnell of kentucky, is expected to become the new senate majority leader. today, he and the president talked about the new political landscape, and their efforts to try to work together to get things done. ♪ [ music ] >> reporter: colorado, arkansas, north carolina. >> we have swept this nation with a compelling senate majority. >> reporter: the republican tide rolls across the nation, giving the gop control of both houses of congress. today, the president said he
got the message, and vowed to find common ground with republicans. >> i'm eager to work with the new congress to make the next two years as productive as possible. >> reporter: he also cautioned that cooperation will have its limits. >> congress will pass some bills i cannot sign. i'm pretty sure i'll take some actions that some in congress will not like. that's natural. that's how our democracy works. >> will will be no shut downs, and no default on the national dead. >> reporter: a promise today from mitch mcconnell, and a preview of a republican controlled congress. >> i heard a lot of discussion about dysfunction in washington. i think there are a lot of people who believe that just because you have divided government that doesn't mean you don't accomplish anything. >> reporter: likely to be on the gop agenda, approving the long stalled, and controversial keystone pipeline. chopping away at the affordable
care act. >> find ways to reach across the aisle. >> reporter: jackie spear says she too is seeking bipartisan solutions. >> the american people were clear about one thing. they despise the way that congress has been operating. the do-nothing congress of this session is an embarrassment, i think to all of us. >> reporter: in an effort to try to get something done on immigration reform, the president said today he may in fact sign that executive order that would put pressure on the republican controlled congress to come up with their own bill. frank and julie, lots of talk today about compromise, and cooperation. we'll just see what happens in the new session. here in california, governor jerry brown sat down to answer questions about his second term. he wants to keep the state on an even fiscal keel. >> it's a challenge to be fiscally responsible and on the
other hand, to keep pace with the aspirations and hopes of the democratic party and those who are looking for more and more government spending and investment. >> the governor acknowledged the political divisions in much of the country, as he congratulated democrats and republicans here for working together to pass propositions 1 and 2. those propositions paved the way for new water storage, and saving money for the state's rainy day fund. our election coverage continues throughout this hour. we'll have the latest from san jose. plus change for oakland as jean quan concedes, and we're looking ahead to 2016, when california could follow several states legalizing the recreational use of marijuana. there is word tonight that east bay mud's 1.3 million customers are likely facing a rate increase due to the state's ongoing drought. new developments from ken pritchett. he's in our newsroom, and he
found out just how much those water rates are expected to climb. >> unless we have a very rainy november and december, east bay pump will have to turn on pumps to bring in water. >> this is water being pumped into the east bay mud system. it only happens in a drought emergency. it happened last april. it could very well happen again. >> to turn on the freeport water project requires a 14% rate increase. >> reporter: tonight, the east bay mud board outlined the discouraging water outlook, and the potential of rate increases. >> we think there's a 36% chance that next year could be a shortage. >> reporter: that may not be enough to avoid new drought related rate hikes. east bay mud is also
considering raising the monthly rate to 20 or 25% if the drought continues, and implementing an excessive use fee of $2 per water unit. some customers say east bay mud should be tougher on heavy water users. >> 5,000 gallons a day seems like extremely excessive use in time of drought. >> reporter: others like brook statin are concerned of being lumped in with water wasters and paying more. >> i live in a cooperative situation, it's 57 people distributed across three houses. we work really hard to conserve water and energy. it's part of the reason we're all living together. >> it would be more appropriate to look at the top 5% of water users, and assess the excessive use penalty at 750 gallons per day. which is still a lot of water. >> reporter: the 14% increase that kicks in if water is taken from the sacramento river has already been approved. if the additional rate
increases and penalties are approved, that would likely happen around april, unless the board decides to speed up the process. reporting from the newsroom, ken pritchett, ktvu, channel 2 news. police in antioch say they arrested a man accused of shooting and wounding a security guard outside of starbucks. it happened at the starbucks on a street at about 2:00 this afternoon. police say a man on a bike approached two people on a bus stop, and pointed a gun at them. police say an armed security guard saw the incident, and exchanged gunfire with the suspect. the guard was hit in the arm, but is expected to be okay. just last sunday, a woman was shot and wounded near that same starbucks. an oakland teenager was sentenced for shooting and killing his sister earlier this year. the defense attorney says mario tolliver admitted killing justice tolliver in their grandmother's apartment january 23. initial reports said the two had a fight over laundry. the attorney said an investigation showed the shooting was accidental.
mario tolliver, who is now 15 years old, faces ten years in juvenile detention, but could be released in two years. parents, students and medical experts all attended a meeting tonight at gun high school in palo alto, to discuss a student suicide. the 16-year-old was killed early yesterday on the train tracks south of caltrain's california station. unfortunately, this is all too familiar. back in 2009, four other teenagers committed suicide on the tracks. one student posted a video on youtube yesterday, discussing the stresses of being a student at gun. >> i'm trying to raise awareness, mostly for the parents. we love our moms, and we love our dads, but calm down. we'll do just fine even though we got a b minus on that test. >> one of those speaking out
about suicide and prevention. a gas station owner tells ktvu he nearly became the victim of a scam involving a caller claiming to work for pg and e, and he wants to work to prevent others from becoming a vick tim. the first and account of that scam attempt that took place today. >> reporter: julie, the scam targeted the owner of this gas station, and the pg and e bill he received for power usage here. the phone call came this morning. it was a demand for bo to pay his pg and e bill within the next few hours or the power would be shut off. >> i was kind of nervous. >> reporter: the 73-year-old says he checked his paperwork. the caller asked for a payment of $1,366.09. the exact amount of the pg and e bill he had paid just two weeks ago with his bank
account. >> they were talking the exact amount. that's why i came to believe that maybe it is from pg and e. >> reporter: he says the caller identified himself as bobby johnson and insisted pg and e had not received his payments, and threatened to shut down his power, unless he paid immediately, by buying one of these green dot cash cards. >> reporter: he called the man back to provide the account numbers on the bank. >> but before i do that, something came to my mind. i said how they can do that, let me call again, pg and e. >> reporter: and it's a good thing he did. pg and e says these scams are ongoing, and come in various forms. but that pg and e would never demand payment using prepaid cash cards and that power would never be shut off unless there had been several written
warnings. >> this is not normal. this is not something that's right. and they should hang up, and call pg and e. >> i'm glad that i'm talking to you, and you let the people know that hey, this kind of scam is going on. >> reporter: the gas station owner says this bill is the first he's received online. before this, his bill always comes in the mail. he suspects there's a security breach somewhere online. pg and e says it works with law enforcement to investigate reports of scams. reporting live, here in hayward, amber lee, ktvu, channel 2 news. a crisis that effects the entire community. >> it's not against law to be mentally ill. >> 2 investigates the dwindling resources to treat mental illness. >> the pattern that will mean very similar temperatures in the valley, and at the coast, and why. >> coming up, sex ed uproar.
victory as mayor. dave cortese has 49% of the vote, and he's not ready to concede. >> reporter: julie, historically speaking the santa clara register of voters tells me, it could go either way, whoever wins in the beginning when the election results come out is statistically the winner. as of tonight, at least 104,000 vote by mail ballots, and 14,000 provisional ballots need to be tallied. >> i believe it's time for us to move on. >> reporter: san jose mayor, sam liccardo is declaring victory after a 51% of the vote over dave cortese. >> the lead grows slightly. i expect that will continue. >> reporter: cortese not yet ready to concede.
in a statement, he said, i'm confident in the democratic process, and want everyone to understand, every vote counts. >> this is a problem. a problem for a number of reasons. >> reporter: pointing out that shows how voters in the city's east side, mainly working class, and people of color, supported cortese, while liccardo won the affluent neighborhood. >> whoever is elected needs to reach out to the people who didn't vote for him, and cross that line. >> reporter: low turn out elections usually bring out more fiscally conservative voters. >> there's always a chance that those last few thousand ballots could all go in the other direction. i would say, it's still a little too early to say for certain, but it is looking likely that our next mayor will be sam liccardo.
>> liccardo says he's begun assembling a team. the registrar says it could take weeks for them to finish counting the ballots. the results must be certified by december 2. azimuth smith, ktvu, channel 2 news. it looks like south bay congressman, mike honda is headed back to washington for an 8th term in office. he had a hotly contested battle against ro khanna. mike honda holding a 3500 vote lead. but there are still thousands of mail in ballots that need to be counted. khanna hasn't conceded the race. the 17th district covers a large portion of silicon valley. in san francisco, an assembly race between supervisors david chu and david campos is still too close to
call. whoever wins district 17 will replace tom ammiana. a sex ed controversy is simmering in lafayette. we heard heated comments about planned parenthood's involvement. jana katsuyama is live from the school board meeting. >> reporter: there were very emotional comments tonight. people packed this room. it wasn't an item on the agenda. the room was packed. the speakers were passionate, and applause came from comments on both sides. >> if you choose to use planned parenthood, i support you. >> reporter: it comes from a high school student who objected to the sex education program presented by planned parenthood. the student said parents are
notified in advance, and allowed to opt-out. opponents say the district should teach sex education, but not used planned parenthood. >> they are merely using the access to the students to gain future clientele for planned parenthood. >> that they tried not to use planned parenthood, because it's totally unnecessary. they have school nurses that can do the job. >> reporter: others are equally outraged, saying planned parenthood's program is based on facts, and does not push an agenda. >> if you want to opt-out, or if you don't think it's good for your family or child, don't have them attend, but don't try to change it for the other 5,000 students in the district, because of your own personal belief. >> reporter: the district has used planned parenthood for 35 years. >> california law does not allow for there to be an abstinence only curriculum if
you are going to do an education around hiv/a.i.d.s. >> reporter: opponents told me tonight, they will not give up on this, until the board agrees to put it on the agenda, and take action. jana katsuyama, ktvu, channel 2 news. temperatures increased a bit out there in many locations, now they're going to drop down. no rain, just a bit of an onshore flow. the rain stays north. you kind of see the area dropping down, but it's so sparse, the moisture at this level. it brings us more of an onshore flow tomorrow. that's why temperatures come down a couple of degrees. i've got a little bit of fog showing up just offshore now. i suspect we're going to see fog at the coast, maybe by
sunrise tomorrow. fog returns with that onshore flow. a few high clouds still lingering in the air. lots of low 70s tomorrow, that daytime highs. 56 right now in napa. 54 in santa rosa. it's getting chilly overnight. inland bay valleys, upper 30s, low 40s. a chilly start to your thursday morning. i didn't see valley fog this morning. this pattern, i talked about it last night, is pretty consistent. it's going to cool a little tomorrow, then flatten out for a while. as we go into the long range forecast, we've got a shot for rain out there. we'll talk about that when i come back. also, what's today, wednesday? we can talk about the weekend too. >> talking about the weekend sounds good. thank you, bill. a california sea otter pup is now stealing some hearts at its new home on the shores of lake michigan.
this is a video of that 5-week- old pup at the shed aquarium in chicago. the abandoned pup was discovered by a couple who were out for a walk. and handlers say she can't return to the wild. they will teach her how to be an otter. we posted the full video at ktvu.com. coming up here. mental health emergencies on the rise. 2 investigates looks into what's behind that, and the lack of resources to deal with the problem. first, oakland's mayor elect making a statement. but once i got covered through covered california, i was able to go get the surgery that i needed. and it was a lifesaver. mattress discounters veterans day sale ends tuesday. but mattress discounters has the largest selection of memory foam mattresses under one roof!
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been certified. >> schaaf had a commanding 63% of the vote, while fellow city council woman, rebecca kaplan had 37%. >> reporter: in a bright red dress, oakland mayor elect, libby schaaf arrived to her news conference for a rock star's welcome with hugs all around. >> while we love our city, and we truly believe in its greatness, we know it can be better. >> reporter: she previously worked for former mayor jerry brown and has served three years on the city council. >> absolutely, we need more police, but we also need better policing. we need to invest in successful intervention and prevention programs, and go after those root causes of crime. that's jobs. >> reporter: mayor kwan released a statement, i want to
congratulate libby schaaf. long time congress member larry reid says schaaf's win will be an improvement for the city. >> libby is one of us. she knows how to communicate with the members of the counsel, not just when you need them to vote on issues. >> reporter: councilmember noah gallo is not so sure. >> at the end of the day, the city council controls the budget, it's going to take a team effort, otherwise, we'll be hit and missing like we have for the last 12 years. >> reporter: in downtown oakland, voters are hopeful. >> somebody new comes in, and maybe do something different. >> reporter: at her event, schaaf rode in a fire breathing snail. one fiery example of the creativity of the city. in oakland, john sasaki, ktvu, channel 2 news. runner up, rebecca kaplan released a statement this
afternoon, congratulating libby schaaf. her tweet said i'm excited to partner with her on a variety of ways for the city both she and i love. california is the only state on the west coast where rec wational marijuana is not legal. voters in oregon, and alaska, as well as washington, d.c., all passed propositions to legalize marijuana for people 21 and older. a former california police officer who is now an advocate for the cannabis industry was already lobbying to support the recreational use of pot. he says tuesday's election issues, make it a lock for 2016. >> i say, i want it to be legal before my kid is in high school, so it's not being sold in his high school anymore. >> in 2010, california voted against legalizing marijuana. the vote was 53 to 47%. wall street rode the republican victory in congress
to another record high today. the dow industrials gained 100 points to close at a new high of 17,484. the nasdaq lost 2. oil prices rebounded a bit after recent declines, and energy stocks were up. calls for help for the mentally ill are on the rise, but authorities can't keep up. >> i think it's kind of a growing portfolio of duties that are required, you know, in today's world, by today's cops. >> reporter: up next, 2 investigates finds out why many cities don't have the resources to deal with the problem. >> a bay area man killed by a wheel that flew off a truck. tonight, we hear from his mother who was sitting just inches away when it happened. >> the worst kind of sadness, i think there ever was. female announcer: tuesday's your last chance to save big
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tonight, 2 investigates looks into the growing number of mental health calls to police here in the bay area. they're known as 5150 calls. that's the code to respond to someone having a mental health emergency. many bay area police departments say they're seeing a sharp increase in this type of call. >> oftentimes, the resources dedicated to helping those in need are seriously lacking. allie rasmus with a look at the trend, and what's behind it. >> reporter: thursday night on shaddock avenue in berkely. the officer knows their faces and names. >> elaine right? >> i can't do it no more. >> is there anything i can do
for you tonight? >> reporter: scott is one of 23 officers who are cit trained. >> it stands for crisis intervention team. >> reporter: they have received an extra 38 hours of training. >> recognizing the signs of mental illness. >> reporter: to handle mental health calls. >> to divert people away from the justice system into the community where they are better served. >> reporter: police are oftentimes the first responders. >> i think it's kind of a growing portfolio of duties that are required, you know, in today's world, by today's cops. >> reporter: by the end of this year, berkely pd will have responded to more than 1,000 calls to help people experiencing a mental health emergency. berkely cit coordinator, jeff shannon says that's a conservative estimate. >> that number doesn't get at all the other calls that we go to that really involve a strong
mental health component, but they weren't dispatched that way. >> reporter: responding to those calls takes time and resources. sometimes police respond to the same people over and over again. even multiple times in the same day. berkely isn't the only city that's seen an increase in mental health calls. they have discovered a spike in these calls over the past five years at a rate faster than the population is growing. identifying someone as a 5150 allows police to refer a person to a nearby psychiatric hospital. 5150 calls have gone up in the past year in san francisco by 21%. other cities that saw a spike for 2012 and 2013 included napa, with a 30% growth. richmond increased by 15%. san rafael by 10%. >> the population has grown. there are definitely more folks with mental illness that live in our community. >> reporter: manuel jimenez is
the director of healthcare services. his department does the training that cit officers like scott go through. one of the reasons 5150 calls are up, is because they've trained more police to identify mental illness. >> i think peel are being identified earlier in our community, but that in many ways is a good thing, because then, again, they're being diverted to john and george, and not being incarcerated. >> reporter: they come here to the john george psychiatric hospital in san leandro. they have just 80 beds for a county of 1.5 million people. >> they're usually always full. >> reporter: berkely actually has more resources to help the mentally ill than many other cities, including a mobile crisis team. >> if they're not a danger to themselves, or a danger to others, or greatly disabled,
it's not against the law to be mentally ill. >> reporter: they are in the process of building a new facility, with room for 16 people to stay. but it won't be complete until late next year. allie rasmus, ktvu, channel 2 news. we have another 2 investigates story tomorrow night. it involves shop owners who signed a contract with the company payment systems after sales people told them their credit card processing service would save the businesses money. what the businesses didn't realize is that they were also signing on with a second company with a four year agreement to lease the credit card swiping equipment. when they tried to cancel, they were stuck paying for the equipment at a higher rate than what it actually costs. >> we were in the market for another credit card processing company. a guy came in here at the right time, and was offering us the world. we would get rates like the big chain stores like wal-mart, and target get. it didn't really sound like too good to be true, it sounded
like here's our answer. >> 2 investigates examines the fine print in those contracts and also reveals why an attorney who tried to help says his hands are tied. an oakland base flight attendant is dead after bringing her boyfriend to texas to meet her family. tonight, that boyfriend, joseph karr, is in jail in austin, accused of fatally stabbing kelly turner halloween night. according to an arrest warrant, turner's family members heard her scream, then saw karr holding a knife saying i can't believe i killed her. officers arrested him a short time later. back here in the bay area, karr's friends are trying to come to grips with what happened. >> was there something that i saw in him that i should have noticed more so that this could have been prevented? >> karr works as a blacksmith in oakland, who goes by the
name the bohemian blacksmith. this is video from his website. kelly turner was a flight attendant for southwest airlines based in oakland. an alameda man has been charged with the murder of his wife for 42 years. but he says it was a mercy killing. jerry canfield drove to the police station and told officers he had just killed his wife at their home. he said they had a pact if she ever became ill to the point of being in constant pain, he would kill her. canfield's attorney also says he left a dozen roses next to her body. under california law, taking a life is considered a homicide. settling into a pleasant weather pattern, the consistent trend of above average temperatures, and how long before we could see some rain. >> first, bay area researchers joining the fight against ebola. why they say their vaccine could offer a distinct
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charges today. steven michael was sentenced to death after being convicted of a murder for hire of a brentwood couple. there are currently 750 inmates on death row, and since the death penalty was reinstated in california, only 13 have been executed. but nearly 90 others have died from either natural causes, or suicide. president obama today brought up the fight against isis during his lengthy post election news conference. the president said he would ask congress for specific authority for what could be a long military campaign. so far, the president has justified air strikes against isis in syria, and iraq, under two existing laws. now with the election over, the white house said president obama decided it was a good time to go to congress for more explicit authority. the president is also asking congress for more than $6 billion in emergency funds
to fight ebola. the president said ebola has to be stopped in west africa in order to protect americans here at home. the money would be used for treatment programs and research. president obama wants congress to approve the money during the current lame duck section. so far, 5,000 people have died from ebola. almost all of them in west africa. leaders of a bay area company that's developing an ebola vaccine are asking congresswoman jackie spear to help them obtain funding. representative spear toured the facility today in south san francisco. the company says its vaccine, which is in pill form, offers a disdidn't advantage. >> we have no needles, which really removes an important piece of the puzzle. handling needles. needle injuries, those kinds of things, and our tablets can be held at room temperature. >> the company says it needs funding to start human trial next year, and that vaccine could be available by the end
of next year. a bay area mother grieving the death of her son, killed in a freak accident on a busy freeway. >> i look over, and his face was gone. >> up next, what investigators say happened, and why the horror didn't stop with his death. >> and it was a warm wednesday, so will this trend continue? our chief meteorologist bill martin will have the complete bay area forecast. >> plus caught on camera. the new video we obtained of an attack on a woman after an argument over a crying baby in a bay area store. and why with our partner in brazil, we are producing a biofuel made from renewable sugarcane to fuel cars. let's broaden the world's energy mix, let's go.
the victim told ktvu she had confronted the mother inside the store and told her to quiet her screaming child. they had words followed by that attack in the parking lot. police are now looking for that woman dressed in red. a heartbroken mother from livermore says it all happened in an instant. a deadly freak accident on i-5. ktvu's rob roth spoke to her today, and she says when she looked over at her son, who he was driving, his face was gone. >> a grief-stricken mother who sat inches away from her son when he died needs answers. >> the worst kind of sadness, i think there ever was. and i'm confused because what happened to him shouldn't have happened. >> reporter: gina brown and her 20-year-old son cody were driving back home to livermore 9 days ago after visiting
relatives in las vegas. cody was behind the wheel of this car, they were on interstate 5 in patterson, when in an instant everything changed. >> i heard bam. i mean loud. i sat up thinking cody was going to be awake. i said what was that. i look over and it, his face was gone. >> reporter: but the terror continued. the car was on cruise control, still moving at 70 miles an hour. >> i grabbed the emergency brake and pulled with everything i had. >> reporter: the clarify highway patrol says cody died because a tractor trailer driving in the opposite direction broke an axle, first strikek a big rig, then going through the roof of cody's vehicle. the truck driver never stopped. california investigators have been looking for the truck driver, but with no luck.
they say anyone who may have seen what happened, to call. >> there needs to be some tighter rules on truck drivers. >> reporter: investigators say they don't know whether the driver knew what happened. we asked a veteran big rig driver if that's possible. >> it is possible, but you would hope the driver would know that. >> reporter: cody had enroled with plans of working with troubled young people, but all that potential, all that joy, gone in a freak accident that could have happened to anyone. >> doesn't matter how good your child is, how cautious your child is. they can be gone from you in a second. >> in livermore, rob roth, ktvu, channel 2 news. virgin galactic has plans to resume test flights as early as next summer, you will recall last week, an experimental rocket ship broke apart,
killing the copilot. the pilot survived but was injured. the billionaire wants to use the ship to take passengers to the edge of space. virgin is working on a second rocket ship, that's helping employees work on something constructive, as opposed to the accident. temperatures warmed just a few degrees today. they will cool just a few degrees tomorrow. so the subtle changes go, with this five-day forecast. no big changes. today was warmer though, 81 degrees in oakland. pointed this out earlier in the earlier newscast. look at pacifica, right on the coast at 75. then look at livermore, 75. morgan hill at 79, then look at 78 in santa rosa. what happens this time of year, is the microclimates wash out. when was the last time you saw 75 in pacifica, and 75 in livermore? probably late october, early november. we see this this time of year.
so often, our microclimates enter every day. big cool down at the coast, big warm up inland, but in this case, everything is kind of the same. that will change tomorrow as the coast cools down more rapidly. this week weather system comes to shore, doesn't bring us rain. i suspect by tomorrow, i don't know if the morning, but certainly by lunchtime we'll see fog show up, out in the atmospheres. temperatures are back in the mid-60s again. overnight lows, they're going to be chilly. down to the upper 30s, low 40s in the cool spots. there's the fog forecast for tomorrow morning. it will cool down inland as well, but not as much. more of a microclimate feature tomorrow. yellows are 70s. plenty of 70s there. greens are 60s. the forecast then for tomorrow, still dry. dry through the five day, but temperatures cool just a little bit. but these are subtle, subtle changes, except for that return
of the fog, which comes via this weak weather system. if this system had legs, it would give us a south wind. minor cooling in the bay area forecast. dry pattern, not just through this week, but early next week, the ridge of high pressure keeps everything well to the north. 74 in fairfield, 76 in vacaville. 76 in antioch. 76 in brentwood. the five-day forecast, looks like it's going to be plenty of sunshine, with temperatures that pretty much max out in the 70s, and low 80s by the weekend. >> so nice. thank you bill. tonight, the golden state warriors gave away $1 million in grants in support of education. a ceremonial check was presented during halftime. the money will be split among 32 groups, including the oakland unified school district, and san francisco unified, with each receiving $50,000. >> we think it's important to translate our success on the
court, and into success off the court. what better way than to start with education? and with kids. >> this is the first year they have given out educational grants, they hope to include more bay area communities in the future. >> so that happened at halftime. let's talk about the game though. man, it wasn't even close. no, there's something going on with the warriors right now, they may be just ready to enter the nba's elite, looking for real right now. devastatingly precise, every facet of the game. incredible confidence they're playing with now. steve kerr, the first head coach ever to win his first four games. they just dump trucked the clippers. a little separation beginning. he steals the inbounds from blake griffin's pass alertly. that's 5 point play. this time, curry wildly flips it up. look at andrew bogut to put it
down. golden state up 23 at halftime. draymond green, they got a winner in this guy. pops the three, and watch him as he returns down the court. yeah, he's feeling it. andre iguodala, warriors bench, very solid. he is off the bench, down the lane, flip it up, everything going. he had 9 for the warriors tonight. but finish it off. steph curry, his night, all the way around as usual, and to the circus we go. in it goes. 28 points, 7 assists, 6 rebounds, 121-104, over one of the best teams in the league. the clippers, and the warriors are 4-0. look at that final score, it wasn't even really that close. but not all peaches and honey for the 49ers, hoping to show people they are ♪
brees. brooks drilled brees, forcing a fumble. patrick willis recovered. instead, the officials rule it unnecessary roughness against brooks. and the saints wind up one winning, but despite the niners having lost two in a row this year, brees dispels any notion that they have got san francisco at an ideal time. >> i don't think there's any good time to play them. but listen, they're a good football team. they've lost the last two games. we know that feeling around here, because it happened earlier in the season. you know the type of sense of urgency there is in their locker room. but i would say our sense of urgency nears that as well. all right, you'll see that game right here on channel 2, 10:00 a.m. sunday morning. now moving onto the make a shot and win a free pickup truck portion of the program. it happened at drake university. a halftime promotion.
this freshman had to make shots. he missed most of them, but he hit a three, then he has to make this half court shot. and that, he does. and wins a ford f150 for his efforts. and he is mobbed, as you see the shot again. he hit it when it counts. he to make those last two shots in 7 seconds. that he did. >> wow. someone was rolling video on that. >> he might be up for the warriors. >> they are all looking sharp. >> they look great. >> incredible. >> thanks, mark. before we go, we want to let you know, san francisco police are investigating a shooting in the mission district on alabama street near 23rd street. initial reports indicate there may be four victims. the suspects are still at large. we're working to get more details. we'll have full coverage tomorrow on the ktvu morning news beginning at 4:30.
streetline has looked at the problem of parking, which has not been looked at for the last 30, 40 years. we wanted to rethink that whole industry, so we go and put out these sensors in each parking spot and then there's a mesh network that takes this information, sends it over the internet so you can go find exactly where those open parking spots are. the collaboration with citi was important for providing us the necessary financing; allow this small start up to go provide a service to municipalities. citi has been an incredible source of advice, how to engage with municipalities, how to structure deals, and as we think about internationally citi is there every step of the way. so the end result is you reduce congestion, you reduce pollution and you provide a service to merchants, and that certainly is huge.
[ door opens ] jay, i'm home. did manny call? no, because he's fine. it was a slumber party, not a gang fight. i just want him to fit in. i'm gonna take a shower. do you care to join me? you know, honey, there's a gun in the footlocker in the garage. if i ever say "no" to that question, i want you to use it on me. [ chuckles ] [ haley speaking indistinctly ] [ footsteps approaching ] shh, shh, shh! what's wrong? [ continues speaking indistinctly ] why aren't they trying to hurt each other? i don't know, but i'm afraid to move. [ laughing ] you're really good at this. thanks. what is happening, claire? cameron: mmm. mitchell: what do you think?